Example sentences for: agouti

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  • Roucouyennes (Caribs) rubbed their dogs with Hibiscus abelmoschus with the expectation that its pungent smell would prevent jaguars from biting their dogs [ 21 ] . Tukanoan tribes in South America also believed that deer had an inoffensive body odour that was linked to their diet of "pure" foods such as fresh sprouts, young green leaves and sweet fruits [ 31 ] . Tukanoan tribes also believed that people and animals have smells related to the food that they eat and the environment that they lived in [ 31 ] . This association of animal smells with their environment is perhaps what the informant was referring to in his reference to an agouti and the smell of its Piper marginatum "bed".

  • The mites affect game animals like agouti and can attack man since they attach themselves to all mammals and vertebrates.

  • Eschweilera subglandulosa is a tree with smooth leathery leaves about 8 inches long [ 76 ] . The fruit is well liked by agouti [ 5 ] . This fact may explain its use, since after a bath the smell of its leaves may stay on the hunting dog.

  • This evaluation establishes whether the plant use is based on empirically verifiable principles or whether symbolic aspects of healing are more important [ 1 ] . Hunters are principally interested in the following game animals: agouti ( Dasyprocta agouti ), matte ( Tupinambis negropunctatus ), tatou ( Dasypus novemcinctus ), deer ( Mazama americana trinitatis ), lappe ( Agouti paca ), manicou ( Didelphis marsupialis insularis ), wild hog/quenk ( Tayassu tajacu ). The hunting season lasts from October 1st to February 28/29, then there is a closed season for the rest of the year.

  • In contrast, the agouti F1 male mice contained only a wild-type hprt allele inherited from the maternal X-chromosome as expected.


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